Winter has always been associated with a certain feel and colour. These elements are what help fashion designers and creators influence their collections and products. Black, grey, dark orange and maroon are colours typically used in autumn and winter, but in certain seasons brighter colours for winter are on trend.
This winter is the season of trying new things. There are various ways of introducing colour into your closet. The easiest way first is using accessories to brighten up your look. Bags, scarves, earrings and bracelets can completely uplift a dark coloured outfit. Try a maroon jumpsuit and match with a yellow handbag and earrings or you can try a royal blue robe and match with red accessories and heels.
It is important to know what type of colours you want to use and it is best to choose a group of tones like pastels, primary colours and neutrals. This helps diversify your closet with versatile pieces so you can get maximum usage of each garment. Avoid getting to many colourful pants and shorts, keep it neutral.
Pastels in winter is a great manner of keeping your looks young and fresh, but still keeping it elegant and mature. Try using colours like mint, lemon and baby blue. These colours work best with two piece look and matching coat. Always match with a white shoe and silver accessories.
Secondary colours like green, purple and orange look best on one piece. Get jumpsuits and dresses in these colours and colour block with accessories and shoes.
Neutral colours like beige, grey, brown and black are best matched with accessories and statement pieces of primary colours like yellow, red and blue. Try an all beige look, sound off the look with strong black boots. The best thing about neutrals is that it goes with so many different colours and adds a lot of versatility to the closet. Follow these guidelines and your colourful closet will be a success this winter.